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Stainless Fireplace Adds Drama Without Construction

by Paul Strauss

One of the latest trends in the interior design world is fireplaces which use modern ethanol-based fuels. While they don’t give off a tremendous amount of heat, they look amazing, are virtually odorless, and don’t require external ventilation. The latest standalone fireplace from Blomus really caught my eye.

Blomus Chimo Standalone Fireplace

The Blomus Chimo cylinder fireplace is designed to be placed in the middle of your living room instead of against a wall. The whole thing is built on a rotating base, so you can turn the fire to face whatever direction you’d like. Its sleek stainless steel finish looks great in a modern space or helps to bring a touch of modernism to a traditional room.

Blomus Chimo Standalone Fireplace

It measures in at a manageable 33.1″ tall by 11.8″ in diameter, so it’ll even work in smaller urban dwellings. (Although I’d bet it would be against the rules to have one of these in your college dorm room.)

The Chimo cylinder fireplace is available from Unica Home for $1872.

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Comments (5):

  1. bombasinator says:

    looks like a trash fire in a 1970’s office building ash tray

  2. Deniol says:

    I agree bombasinator. This is ruddy awful. Wouln’t have that in my office nevermind home, I’ve seen some really good ones on Fires | Fireplaces | Stoves

  3. Mubashir Ali says:

    If a person accidentally lights a fire underneath an installed Chimney Balloon the balloon is designed to burst and shrink at about 180-210 degrees Fahrenheit. That is why it is important to put the Chimney Balloon in low in the flue and near the firebox of the fireplace or wood stove, so that release will happen quickly.
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  5. atif says:

    That is why it is important to put the Chimney Balloon in low in the flue and near the firebox of the fireplace or wood stove, so that release will happen quickly.
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